You edit a calendar exception event to change how the state of a value is controlled by the schedule for all dates specified in the calendar.
Use the Edit calendar exception screen to add, edit or delete the time span and the value of a calendar exception.
You add a calendar exception to apply an exception event for all dates specified in the calendar.
Use the Add calendar exception screen to create new calendar exception events for the selected schedule of this device.
SpaceLogic* Operator Display is a touch-screen Human Machine Interface (HMI) for SpaceLogic controllers and servers, designed for local monitoring of building controllers in small and medium-sized buildings, as well as in large buildings with comprehensive building management systems. Operator Display is specifically designed for equipment rooms and it simplifies operations, service, and troubleshooting for System Integrators and Service Engineers, as well as for non-technical users (notably Facility Managers and Janitors).
Use the device detail screen to interact with the device and its features.
You add a single date exception event to make an exception for a specific day in the schedule, such as 10 December, 2013.
When you configure a schedule that controls events in a single part of a building, you might also want the same events to occur in other areas of the building. You can establish a lead and shadow relationship to synchronize the events in schedules and dates in calendars.